Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on January 30, 1975 · Page 13
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 13

Nampa, Idaho
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Thursday, January 30, 1975
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Librarian training course, monthly meeting announced The Idaho Free Press, Thursday, January 30,1975 -1 · ·--* · · ·"· ''»*i knuitA* 'rtsreKSF^jSE^vt'Wst-.*^,^" URt-f Eji TACOS. BEANS, RICE and chalupas will be on the menu friday when Nampa Senior Itieh School suonsors its animal winter festival. Sampling and preparing food for the Mexican dinner are, from left, Andy Vasquez, junior class president- Candy Thompson, student body vice president; Brent Clark, senior class president; and Christ! \all, student body secretary. The dinner will be held from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the MIS lunchroom and cost is J2.50 for adults anil 11.25 for children under ten. Also featured at the festival will be a carnival complete with games, crafts, movies, entertainment and prizes. Admission to the carnival, which will lie held in (he MIS gym, is 25 cenls. (Staff Photo) Of Eagles A L I x i l i a r v Mabel Freitag presides at meeting NAMPA -. The regular v meeting of the Nampa Eagles jAuxiliary No. 2103, under the direction (o Mabel Freitag, president, was held al the ·^Eagles Hal! in Nampa Jan. 22. Jj Lois Allen was appointed » chaplain by Mrs. Freitag to fill Ihe unexpired term of Grace Mimmerly, who resigned from *the office. Mrs. Allen will serve until the end o.f May when Ihe ^election of new officers for the jyear will lie held. The Slate School report, given by Elizabeth Allen, showed thai 100 dozen collon balls, made From collon\donated by Mollie Riddle, were.made al the Allen home during January ..Members of the auxiliary in attendance were llallie Evans, Ethel Cole. Evelyn Fox, Mollie Riddle, and Mrs. Allen. The total hours reported was ten hours. There was a gift wrapping time al the school on Jan. 24 and Ihe committee worked in the sewing room at the school on Jan. 28 Hnmcinade pies made and donated by members of the auxiliary were taken to (lie Idaho Soldiers Home in Boise on Jan. 12. Members going lo the home and serving the 126 men l i v i n g there were president Mabel Freitag, Lois Allen, and Florence Pitlman. A .visitor, Vcrna Bradley, from the Pocatello auxiliary was presenl al the meeting and welcomed by the president. She announced thai she will ask for a transfer to the Nampa auxiliary as she is now living here. The meeting of District No. I, F.O.Ii.. Aeries ami Auxiliaries. ipelilah Nopens, Bill Briscoe learned in Baptist ceremony . Baptist Church was Ihe scene (or Ihe recent nuplial rites niting Delilah Nopens and Bill Briscoe in holy matrimony. The Rev. Leo Reed presided *over the double ring ceremony. "Accompanist for Ihe affair was Jan Robinson. The bride's grandmother is Mrs. Malba Nopens, Nampa. Mother of Ihe groom is Mrs. Margy UUerback, also of Nampa. Given in marriage by her uncle, Paul Nopens, the bride chose a long blue and white gown accented by a while veil. She carried a bouquet of pink carnations with red bunny tails. Matron of honor for the ceremony was Donna McDaniel. Leland McDaniel served as bestman. A reception was held at Mr. and Mrs. Don Cleveland's home following the ceremony. The couple both attended Nampa High School. The groom is employed by Crocks Industry and she is employed al (he Army Recruiting office. The couple is now residing at a Nampa address. will be held in Nampa on Jan. 29. A polluck dinner lo be at 7 p.m. will precede the meeting. Meal will be furnished by the dislricl. Everyone is urged'lo atlend (he dinner and the meeting, as election of officers will be held. Hostesses for the month were G a r n e t t e Ilendry, c h a i r m a n , Gladys lliggins, Elsa King, Mick Shaver, and Lois Allen. The next regular meeting of (he auxiliary will be held at the liases I l n l l Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. Engagement announced CALIJWEU, - The engagement of Chrisanne Gundy and Winslon Keith Gnerin" II is announced by her parents, Mrs. Dorothea Gundy of Oil dwell and J.W. Gundy of N a m p a : The prospeclive .bridegroom is Ihe son of Dr. and Mrs. Winston K. Goering of Nampa. The bride-elect is .1 graduate of Caldwell High School and has attended the College of Idaho. She is presently employed at Boulevard Veterinary Clinic in Nampa. Goering is a graduate of Nampa High School and has attended McPhcrson College al Mcl'herson, K a n . He is presently employed wilh Music West of Nampa. A Feb. 22 wedding at the Church of the Brethren in Nampa is being planned by the couple. HOLSK -- A training course in library methods and a monthly meeting have been announced by Ihe Church Libraries Association. The training course will'be Oughl by Rachel l-'enske, retired extension librarian at the Boise Public Library. The firsl all-day session is planned for Feb. 1 al Ihe Hoise Public Library. This will cover Stage 1. Slagc 2 will be covered in three all-day sessions Feb. 22, March 1 and 8. For further information on Ihe training course, contact Mrs. Fenske al i l l ! N. Seventh, Activities planned by group N A M P A -- Members of Junior American Home Department of the Woman's Century Club planned future activities at a recent no-host luncheon meeting at the Hong Kong cafe. The group voted to invite former members of (he department to allend the March 17 meeting, tentatively scheduled for Ihc Century club house. The event will commemorate the 25th birthday of the group which was organized in 1950 by American Home Department Marie Spink and Helen Wade are planning the parly. Plans also wore completed lor Ihc traditional Valentine secret 17 at ll Melva Homer conducted ' the business session at which Lucille Colson reported on the gifts of food presented al Christmas lime (o a needy family. ituth Blucher read an article on the founding of Emmetl, 'Idaho, originally a stopping place for, miners en route to Pbcerville and Idaho Cily. Described as a flat, sage brush area in 1863, it blossomed into' fruit and farming country afler an irrigation ditch was started in the 1880's. The dining table was centered with a spring arrangement of 'daffodils, while carnations and 'yellow acacia, sent by Ermel fiaker, a member unable to allend. Hoise, 83702 or IW-I3G6. clounloivn Boise. Public and The r e g u l a r February school librarians arc also meeting of the Church Libraries welcome to attend. The monthly Association will be Feb. 4 at 7:30 meetings are Hie firsl Tuesday p.m. at the First Presbyterian of each month, it was a n - ' riiurch. 10th and Slate, in nounccd. family today 1 pal gift exchange on Feb. Ihc h'jme of Mabel Grove. Early Roman calendars some- limes had between 304 and 354 days and were so far behind that in 46 B.C., the year before swilch- ing lo the 365-day Julian calendar, Ihe annual period contained 445 days to catch up. 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